Ezekiel Elliott is not afraid to show of the abs.
For the NFL Draft, the Ohio State (and now Cowboys) running back showed up with a crop-top shirt. The "hero in a half-shirt" was proud to show off his abs and give the people something to talk about.
There was no doubt Elliott owned the red carpet, as all talk was about him. However, some talk was unflattering. Chicago Bears linebacker Lamarr Houston was not a fan of the fashion statement from the young rookie.
"That's one topic that has me irate," Houston said on ESPN's Sportsnation. "I think it's kind of disrespectful. The half-shirt at the draft? I mean it's a traditional thing."
Houston went on to say it was disrespectful of "everybody who's ever been to the draft."
"I hate wearing suits," Houston continued. "I dressed appropriately for the event."
Love the half-shirt or hate it, people can't stop talking about it.